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Can short bouts of exercise boost brain function?

Can short periods of exercise help to boost brain function? Possibly, according to new research. This relates to the discovery of a gene that is activated by brief periods of exercise.

Consuming mushrooms may help address cognitive decline: Study

Food and medical scientists based in Singapore have found that elderly people who consume more than two standard portions of mushrooms each week appear to have a 50 percent reduced chance of developing mild cognitive impairment.

Overnight brain stimulation may improve memory

New research suggests that a non-invasive technique of brain stimulation may enhances memory storage. Applied at night this appears to work without disturbing sleep.

Is an Alzheimer’s disease treatment imminent? Special

A novel compound called IRL-1620 may be useful in treating Alzheimer’s disease as it has been shown to prevent cognitive impairment in animal models.

Money worries affect the brain

A psychological study has shown that financial concerns are tied to poorer performance across a range of cognitive tasks.

Can cold sores increase the risk of memory problems?

The virus that causes cold sores may be associated with cognitive problems, according to a new study supported by the American Academy of Neurology.

Cold sores linked to cognitive decline

The virus that causes a cold sore may actually put people at risk for something more harmful, lower cognitive abilities.

'Connectomics' provide a map of the wonder that is the brain

The human brain is a highly complex piece of biological human architecture. With a field of study known as "connectomics," scientists hope to decipher the synapses and ultimately the overall makeup of the mind and possibly the source of mental diseases.
 

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